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post #46 of 53 Old 08-06-2013, 08:43 AM
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Just get some of these
you ruined all the fun. I was hoping this would go at least two more pages.


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post #47 of 53 Old 08-06-2013, 10:09 AM
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But wait, if I get one of those...... and I lose my pliers I can't remove my D ring... What do I do then? Keep it going

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You should just weld the pliers right on to the shackle. That way it'll never get lost.
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You should just weld the pliers right on to the shackle. That way it'll never get lost.

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Just get some of these
I wonder if you could use these but instead of cotter pins use a push/pull cable, like from a posilock kit, to release them.

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Stick screwdriver thru hole. Use as leverage to tighten shackle with other hand. Phew. I wonder how i EVER came up with that one. I must be a genius.

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Its a Clevis. A D ring is something else. tighten them on with a screwdriver and leave it in the jeep to take them off.
Or an anchor shackle
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